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TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 

Introductory Impressions 

Senior Class Candids and Impressions 

Headmaster's Letter to the Senior Class 

Administrators 

Senior Portraits 

Senior Class Superlatives 

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Dedication 
Impressions from Homecoming 

Freak Week Impressions 

Winter Semiformal Impressions 

Athletic Impressions 

Clubs 

Senior Honors 

Senior Awards 

Senior Barbecue 

Senior Prom 

Impressions of Graduation 

Senior Candids and Advertisements 

Final Impressions 




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Business manager 


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Elaine Chui 







ne day we shall look back at our high school years and smile. We 
shall laugh at our clothing, our hair styles, and our promises. Certainly, 
we will relish our memories of four carefree years, perhaps even shed a 
tear or two. 

However, a Greek philosopher by the name of Heraclitus probably said 
it best. "You cannot step twice into the same river." We will never have 
another experience that will take us through so many ups and downs, one 
that will provide us with such an amazing growth process. It is sad to think 
that soon, gone will be the days of our classes, activities, dances, games, 
rallies, and field trips. It is difficult to imagine life without a bell schedule 
and the promise of a big blue locker on the senior hallway. Yet, at the 
same time, we, the class of 1995, pride ourselves on our stubborn nature 
and our idealism. We feel ready to take on the world and to be more than 
just little fish in a big pond. 

This year, the Oracle will take us on a journey that relives the thoughts, 
feelings and events that shaped our days at Randolph Junior/Senior High 
School. How did we feel on the first day of the ninth grade? We were fresh 
out of the Kennedy Junior High School, unsure of what to do in a 
seemingly huge, new environment. As time passed we made contri- 
butions to the academic and social climate of the school. We always 
wanted to leave our mark, showing enthusiasm that will never be re- 
plicated. Of course, by our senior year we were brimming with memories 
and twinges of nostalgia. 

Our quotes and our pictures will always remain on the pages that follow. 
As we step off the field at graduation and into the uncertain world that lies 
ahead, we know that we can never go back. We shall miss our friends, our 
faculty and our school, but forever etched into our minds are the im- 
pressions left by our four years at Randolph Junior/Senior High School. 

Meredith Ainbinder 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 






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"A (wo)man can succeed 

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"What is your most commonly used expression, Haley?' 
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"It was fatty, it was greasy. It was 
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Jeanne Healey and Haley Hamlin (Above 
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Kelly Reynolds 





Winnie Bousicaut 



Evaggelia Hatzimanolis and Stephanie Travers 





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Michelle Beck and Sean Bennett 



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nice guys finish last.' 
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— Addison Walker 



Erin Smith, Lori Cady and Richelle 
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Andrea Perlin 




Christy Femandes 





Megan Sullivan, Erin Smith and Kathy O'Dea 





Jason Fram 



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Don't waste your time, you'll never get 
Dr. O'Brien to laugh." 







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"Make yourself necessary to someone." — Ralph Waldo Emerson 



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Allison Abramson, Kathleen 
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"Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after another." 

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Though Mr. Watson's tenure at 
Randolph Jr./Sr. School has 
been a brief one, he has made 
many significant improvements 
in the school. He has managed 
to integrate students of all ages 
to create an atmosphere for 
school pride and learning. Mr. 
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job at Randolph Jr./Sr. High 
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RANDOLPH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



LYN A. HLTTUNEN, Ed.D 

SUPERINTENDENT 

(617)961-6205 

ARTHUR J. MELIA 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 

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RANDOLPH JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL 

JAMES F_ WATSON 
HEADMASTER 

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JOHN P. GRGC-IO GERARD J. LINEHAN 

HOUSEMASTER HOUSEMASTER 

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June 1995 



To The Class of 1995 : 

Congratulations ! I hope that your high school experience has 
prepared you to meet the challenges which you will face after 
leaving us. Taking advantage of the many wonderful opportunities 
which were provided to you in academics, athletics and other 
student activities was a wise decision. 

I hope that Randolph Junior/Senior High School has made your 
lives better and that you have benefited from the many programs 
and activities offered in this school. We have tried to teach 
you to be successful. Remember, that the ingredients for success 
are determination, hard work and learning from experience. 

Use these ingredients throughout your adult lives, and learning 
and improvement will lead you down the path to many treasures. 

Best of luck in your future endeavors. Come back to visit us. 

Sincerely, 



James E. Watson 



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CLASS OFFICERS 



Micole Stewart 
President 




Christina Angeles 
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Heather Fucile 
Treasurer 



Jill Pokaski 
Secretary 




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Jason Agresti 

5 Connolly Street 

Architectural Engineer 

Eye of the Tiger 

Basketball 9, 10; Varsity 11, 12 

Oracle 

S.A.D.D. 10, 11, 12 

Project Teamwork 11, 12 



Meredith Ainbinder 

8 Linden Park Drive 

To march to the beat of my own 

drummer 

Save the Best for Last 

S.A.D.D. 9 Rep., 10 VP, 11, 12 

Pres. 

Student Council 10, 11, 12 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 

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Oracle; Editor-in-Chief 

Girls' State 11 

Senior Transition Committee 12 

Community Service 10 

Tutor 9 




Daniel C. Anderson 

12 Canavan Drive 

To be successful in my career 

Crazy 

Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; 

Percussion Section Leader 

Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12; 

Equipment Mgr. 

Theatre Guild 10, 11, 12; Lighting 

Dir. 

Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Band Pres. 



Scott N. Applebaum 

89 Emily Jeffers Road 

To be a physical therapist 

November Rain 

Basketball 9, 10, 11 

Soccer 9, 10 

Project Teamwork 9, 10 

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Christina Vadala Angeles 

10 Howard Avenue 

To help make the world a better 

place 

Stay 

Class Sec. 10, VP 11, 12 

Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

national Honor Society 9, 10, 11, 

12 

Tutor 10, 11, 12 

HR Advisor 10, 11, 12 

S.A.D.D. 9, 10 

Powder Puff 11 

Project Friendship 11 






Janet Aquilio 
12 Hammond Street 
To be a psychologist and help 
people 

Theatre Guild 11, 12 
S.A.D.D. 10, 11, 12 VP 
national Honor Society 11, 12 
Community Service 10 




Brandi Atherton 

30 Tiffany Drive 

To manage my own retail store 

If You Think You're Lonely Now 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 11, 12 

Leadership Council 10, 11, 12 



Marc J. Bass 

55 Fitch Terrace 
Successful businessman 
Hail to the Victors 
Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 Capt. 
S.A.D.D. 9, 10 
Track 10 
Environmental Club 12 




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Michelle Beck 

23 Quarry Road 

To be happy and successful 

Indifference 



Sean Bennett 

233 Liberty Street 
To make the best of life 
Wasted Time 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Baseball 9, 12 




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Stacey Ann Berardi 

47 Bittersweet Lane 

To become a nurse 

Stay 

S.A.D.D. 9, 10, 11 

Powder Puff 12 

Band 9 



Sheri Lynn Bobulis 

7 Keane Way 
Emergency trauma nurse 
Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
S.A.D.D. 9, 10, 11, 12 
Peer Leadership 11, 12 
Powder Puff 11, 12 
national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 
Marching Band 9, 10, 11 
Saxophone Quartet 9, 10, 11, 
Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
Show Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 
Student Alliance 10 



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Clifford Blaise 

70 Chestnut Street 
Engineer 
Doggy Dog World 
Football 9 



Kevin Bolster 

30 Jane Street 

To be happy and successful in 

whatever I do 

hotel California 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Wrestling 10 

Baseball 9 




Winnie Boussicaut 

15 Crawford Street 

Pediatrician 

Bump and Grind 

Basketbal 10, 11, 12 

Jr. Achievement 11 

Student Alliance 11, 12 Leader 

Powder Puff 11, 12 

African American Club 10 



Edmund F. Brady Jr. 

30 Kimberly Lane 
Police Officer 
The Power 
Football 9 
Peer Leadership 12 




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Tammy Brady 

23 Lafayette Street 
rreshman Class VP 
Student Council 9, 10, 11 
Girls' State 11 
Theatre Guild 12 
Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12 



Tenille Brennan 
52 Mark Terrace 
Student Council 12 
Peer Leadership 12 
Senior Transition Committee 12 
Softball 9, 10 
HR Rep. 9, 10, 11 




atie Marie Brown 
42 Mt. Pleasant Square 
To be successful 
Always 
Powder Puff 12 



ori Cady 

18 Delorenzo Drive 

To be an athletic trainer and 

gymnastics coach. 

California Dreams 

Gymnastics 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

HR Advisor 10, 11 

Tutor 10 

Powder Puff 12 




James Bryan, Jr. 

30 Lantern Lane 

To play college/professional soccer 

for a winning team. 

The Lion Sleeps Tonight 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Co-Capt. 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Freshman Class Treas. 



Elizabeth Ellen Campbell 

13 Curran Terrace 

To become a doctor 

Friends 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Soccer 10, 11, 12 

Basketball 10, 11, 12 

Harvard Model Congress 9, 10, 11, 

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Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; VP 









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Stephen James Campbell 

4 Cricket Lane 


Andrea Canavan 

54 north Harriet 


To be rich by age 21 
Comfortably Numb 
Hockey 9, 10, 12 


Lately 

HR Rep. 10, 11 

School Store 10 










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Beth Anne Carpine 
92 Highland Avenue 
To become a kindergarten teacher. 
Select Chorus 11, 12 



Faith Cassetana 
28 Lisa Road 
Corporate Lawyer 
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Student Alliance 11, 12; Leader 
African American Club 9, 10 
Jr Achievement 11 
Leadership Council 12 
Basketball 10 




Maria Castillo 

2 Canavan Drive 
Physical therapist 
Through the Years 
RjVC.C. 
Amnesty Intl. 
Powder Puff 12 



Brenda W. Chin 

9 Kathleen Road 

To be happy and successful 

Stay 

School Store 9, 10, 11, 12; Mgr. 

Amnesty Int'l 11, 12; Sec. 

Math Team 9, 10, 11, 12 

Tutor 9, 10, 11, 12 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 





Michael J. Chen 

9 Raechel Road 

Movie Director 

Math Team 9, 10, 11, 12 

R.A.C.C. 10, 11, 12; Officer 

national Honor Society 11, 12 

Oracle 12; Photographer 

Library Media Aide 11 



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Calvin Choi 

97 Lafayette Street 

Teacher 

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national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 

Oracle 

Baseball 11 

Track 9, 10 

Student Rep. 12 




Klaudios Chornovas Jr. 

1 Highland Qlen Drive 
Successful Businessman 
Another night 
Basketball 9, 10 



Gary Chow 

7 James Tighe Road 

To be a medical professional 

Loue Me Tender 

Library Media Aide 10, 11 

Track 10 

Tutor 12 

MR Rep. 10, 11 




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Daniel James Clapp 
39 Ward Street 

To enjoy all of life's opportunities 
What a Wonderful World 
Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 
Football 11 

Student Council 9, 10; Exec. Board 9 
Baseball 9 
Environmental Club 12 



Meredith Clements 

53 Mark Terrace 

To get far away 

Harvard Model Congress 10, 11, 12 

Oracle 

Teacher's Aide 11 

Amnesty International 11 




lam Cohn 

10 Hemlock Terrace 

To be a successful engineer 

On Bended Knee 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Basketball 10, 11 

Baseball 10 

Spanish Club 9 



:vin S. Crowley 

48 Webster Street 

To be successful at every phase of 

life 

Wish You Were Mere 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 




James B. Conley 

32 Plain Street 

To continue the good times 

She's Always a Woman 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 CapL 12 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 CapL 12 

Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 

Communications Student Asst. 11, 

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Student Alliance 11 



Anthony Cugini 

46 Reynolds Avenue 
Hockey 9, 10, 11 
Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
Marching Band 9, 10, 12 
Show Choir Band 9, 10, 12 




Jaime Cunningham 

202 Canton Street 

Sports medicine or Computers 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 



Johnny Dang 

133 High Street 
Be respected and rich 
Another flight 
R.A.C.C. 10, 11, 12 
Tennis 11 




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William Darcy 

27 Vine Street 

To end the NHL strike 

Big Empty 

Winter Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 12 

S.A.D.D. 10 

Cross Country 9, 10 

Spring Track 9 



Heather Diaz 

349 M. Pearl Street 

To be successful 

1 Miss You 

Basketball 9, 10 

Oracle; Literary Editor 

African American Club 9, 10, 12 

Theatre Guild 11, 12 

HR Rep. 10, 11, 12 

Blue and White Banner 12 

Tutor 9, 10, 11, 12 

School Store 10 

Leadership Council 11 




Nark Joseph Donahue 

85 Old Street 

To get out 

Something / Want But Can never 

Have 

Football 9, 10. 11, 12 Capt. 

Baseball 9 

Hockey 9, 12 

The Fort 10 



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Eric Estremera 

112 Oak Street 
Sports broadcaster 




Fabiano Estreia 
14 Delorey Drive 
Play college football and be 
successful 
Stayin Alive 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track 11, 12 



Christy Nicole Fernandes 

7 Old Farm Road 
Teacher 
Always 

Spring Track 9 
S.A.D.D. 11, 12 
Student Alliance 12 




Luis Fernandes, Jr. 

21 Willow Drive 

Sports broadcasting, basketball 

Doggy Dogg World 

Soccer 12 

Basketball 11, 12 

Spring Track 12 



Brooke Ferraro 




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Hersinia M. Fidalgo 

2 Lori Lane 

Owner of a hair and nails salon 
/ never Seen a Man Cry 
Leadership Council 12 



Heath Fradkoff 
19 Frederickson Drive 
To play in the MBA 
Sober 
Art All-State 11 




son Fram 

H Melson Drive 

jtudy to be a lawyer in the O.J. case 



nielle Francois 

L5 Sarah Street 
.awyer 

j.A.D.D. 11, 12 
Students Alliance 12 




Desta Francis 

106 Sherwood Street 

Lawyer 

African American Club 

Teen Forum 9 

Student Alliance 12 



Heather Natrice Fucile 

76 Lafayette Street 
To keep on smiling 
I'm Going Slightly Mad 
Class Treas. 10, 11, 12 
Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12 
Student Council 10 
Powder Puff 11 




Amy Rebecca Garber 
6 Reservoir Road 
To meet life's challenges with 
commitment 
and a positive attitude. 
Faithfully 
HR Rep. 10, 11, 12 
Student of the month 10 
Prom Committee 12 



Eric Gillin 
19 Pictun Road 

To never forget where I came from 
and to be true to myself. 
TV Party 

Theatre Guild 9, 10, 11, 12; Mgr. 
Golf Team 9, 10, 11; Capt 
national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 
Harvard Model Congress 9, 10, 11, 
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Jessica Eve Gillin 
19 Pictun Road 
To be successful and happy 
All Apologies 
Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 
Softball 9, 10, 11 
Basketball 9, 10 
Theatre Guild 11, 12 
Powder Puff 11 



Stephanie Beth Gluck 

25 Sunrise Terrace 

To meet the man in the moon. 

Love Takes Time 

Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12 

Student Council 9, 10, 11 

HR Rep. 12 

Oracle 

Powder Puff 11, 12 




Heidi-Lyn Gosule 

179 Copperwood Drive 

To be happy, healthy and successful 

in everything 1 do. 

Look Away 

S.A.D.D. 9, 10, 11, 12 

Peer leadership 10, 11, 12 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11, 12 

Oracle 



Andrew B. Hall 

8 Edwin Street 

Engineer 

So hard to Say Goodbye 

Baseball 11 

Tutor 12 

Cross Country 12 

Oracle, Editor-in-Chief 








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Thomas Grundig 

47 Stevens Terrace 

To be a hermit. 

My name Is Mud 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Track 9 

Harvard Model Congress 10, 11 

Peer Leadership 12 



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Jeffrey Hallock 
9 Robert Road 
Military 
Crazy For You 
S.A.D.D. 9, 10 
Boys' State 11 
Color Guard 10 
Blue and White Banner 12 




Scott Hamilton 

200 Oak Street 

To speak to Kurt from the beyond. 

Man In the Box 

Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 



Haley Hamlin 

35 Pond Lane 

To keep the wonderful friendships I 

have made in h.s. 

One Moment In time 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Soccer 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 12; 

Pres. 

Oracle; Sports Editor 



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Evaggelia Hatzimanolis 
9 Morse Street 

To be successful In whatever I do. 
Here Comes the Sun 
Powder Puff 11, 12 
Environmental Club 12 
Oracle 12 



Christopher A. Hayes 
15 Woodlawn Street 
To enjoy life. 
Purple Maze 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Track 9 







anne Marie Healey 

32 Wilmarth Road 

To marry a rich hockey player 

\ Wanna Be Down 

3asketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11, 12 

1R Rep. 10, 11 



nb Hoang 

107 Gold Street 

^awyer 

Sending AH My Love 




Ronald A. Hefez 

588 north Street 

To be successful in what 1 do 

The Power 

Tennis 10, 11, 12 



Tammy Holley 
59 South Street 
Health Services 
/ Wanna Be Down 




Cheryl Marie Hunter 

315 Chestnut Street 

Business Owner 

O! What a night 

Cross Country 9, 10 Capt. 11 

Indoor Track 9, 10, 11 

Spring Track 9, 10, 11 

Student Alliance 11 



Angela (Oanh) Huynh 

28 Boylston Street 

To be very successful and make my 

parents happy. 

Another night 

R.A.C.C. 9, 10, 11; officer 12 

French Club 9, 10 

Blue and White Banner 9 

International Club 9; Off. 10 

Amnesty International 12 

School Store 12 

Students Alliance 12 




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Shelanda Marie Irish 

468 Morth Street 

To become a successful lawyer. 

It Seems Like You're Ready 

Spring Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Winter Track 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Cross-Country 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Amnesty International 11, 12 

Support a Friend 10 

Student Alliance 10 

Powder Puff 11 

Homeroom Advisor 12 

Tutor 10, 11 

Peer Leadership 12 



Elysa Lynn Jacobs 

4 Connolly Street 

Elementary School 

Teacher/ Administrator 

Beautiful In My Eyes 

Student School Committee 9, 10, 11, 

12; chair 10-12 

Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Treas. 

12 

HR Advisor 10, 11, 12 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 

Tutor 10, 11 

Girls' State Delegate 11 

national Merit Commendation 11 

Handbook Committee 10, 11 



Samuel P. James 

3A Michael Road 

I want to be an entrepreneur. 



Christina Johnson 

23 Fairview Avenue 

To never return. 

Softball 9, 11 

Oracle 

HR Rep. 9, 10, 12 

Powder Puff 11 





Lena Jar 

21 Old Farm Road 

Physical Therapist 

Flower 

HR Advisor 12 

Tutor 12 

Amnesty International 11, 12; Sec; 

Library Media Aide 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11 



Christopher L. Johnson 

6 Fawn Circle 
Engineering 
Please Don t Go 
Scholarship Book Committee 




Michael Judge 

15 Cedar Avenue 
To be real to the end. 
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Football 9, 10 
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Environmental Club 12 
Prom Committee 11, 12 



Cheryl L. Keohane 

10 Overlook Road 

To always smile. 

Angel 

Powder Puff 11 

Oracle 

HR Rep. 9, 12 

S.A.D.D. 9, 10, 12 

Prom Committee 12 




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Dariusz Klim 

10 Royal Street 
Computer Programmer 
Come Baby, Come 
Spring Track 10, 11 



Jason Kravetz 

37 Karen Drive 

Limited Stockboy forever 

Let It Be 

Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12 

S.E.M.A.S.C. 12; V.P. 

Sophomore Class VP 

Wrestling 10 

Track 9, 10 




inifer Margaret Leslie 

Birchwood Road 
o be a nurse. 
-nagine 
occer 9, 10 
oftbair 9, 10 
asketball 9, 10, 11, 12 
heerleader 11, 12 
owder Puff 11, 12 



trocelli Leung 

2 DeCota Drive 
tart my own business and live 
appily with my family. 
ast Christmas 
lath Team 11, 12 
A.C.C. 10, 11, 12 
mnesty International 12 
utorl2 
ibrary Media Aide 10, 11 




Michael Letzring 
30 Lantern Lane 

To live the life of Eddie Murphy in 
"Boomerang". 
On Top of the World 
Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12; Pres. 
Oracle; Sports Ed. 
Tutor 10, 11, 12 
S.A.D.D. 11, 12 
Peer Leadership 11, 12 



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Matthew Lo 

9 Drinkwater Avenue 
R.A.C.C. 11, 12 
Library Media Aide 11 




Sharon Lo 

8 Skyview Road 

To be successful 

After All 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 

Amnesty International 12; treas. 

Math Club 12 



Gayle Lovit 

59 Truman Drive 

Hotel Mgr. 

Imagine 

Theatre Guild 9, 10, 11, 12 

Students Alliance 11, 12 




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Jason MacDonald 

27 Royal Street 
football 9 



Marcy MacGregor 

30 State Street 
Veterinarian 
Castles Made of Sand 
Theater Guild 9, 10, 11, 
Peer Leadership 11, 12 



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Maureen MacNeill 

21 Waldo Street 

To be successful in whatever 1 do. 

Tomorrow Wendy 



Peter Cassius Mateo 

30 Vine Street 
Physical Therapist 
End of the Road 
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 
national Honor Society 11, 12 
S.A.D.D. 11,12 
Peer Leadership 12 
Oracle 12 





Gregory Maloney 

56 Country Club Road 

To enjoy all of life's opportunities 

Sweet Home 

Baseball 9, 11, 12 

Hockey 10, 11, 12 

Student Council 9, 10, 11 

Economics Club 12; Pres. 



Vanessa H. May 

49 Orchard Street 

The Rose 

Theatre Guild 9, 10, 11, 12; Manac 

Harvard Model Congress 11, 12 

S.A.D.D. 11, 12 

Tutor 11, 12 

Community Service 10 

Show Choir 11 



Gregory Mazares 

29 Lantern Lane 

To live in the moment 

Mother 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Baseball 10, 11 

Track 9 

Harvard Model Congress 11, 

Homeroom Advisor 11, 12 



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Kristie Lynn McCormick 

40 Old Farm Road 

To save the world. 

Re/ease 

Basketball 9; Capt. 

Tutor 11 

Powder Puff 11 

S.A.D.D. 9 

Harvard Model Congress 11, 12 



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Ryan McGrath 

32 Smith Road 

Head Criminologist for the E.B.I. 

The Gambler 

Soccer 10 

Baseball 10, 11, 12 

Environmental Club 12 

My Turn 12 



Gregory McLaughlin 

9 Althea Road 

To dunk during a basketball game. 

Streets of Philadelphia 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Oracle 

S.A.D.D. 11, 12 

national Honor Society 11, 12 




lison H. Menovich 

76 Morth Qlenway Avenue 

To be happy, healthy and successful. 

Mways 

J eer Leadership 9, 10, 11, 12 

Tutor 10, 11, 12 

1R advisor 10, 11, 12 

Dracle 

National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; 

J? 

3.A.D.D. 9, 10, 11, 12 



:njamin Miller 

L9 Lafayette Street 
To be a ghostbuster 
Get it together 




Yardley J. Messeroux 

78 Belcher Street 

Marketing Executive in an 

advertising firm 

Seems Like You're Ready 

Student Alliance 10, 11 

Theatre Guild 9, 10 

African American Club 9, 10, 12 

Jr. Achievement 11; VF 

Asian Culture Club 12 

Powder Puff 11, 12 



Aleida F. Miranda 

30 Smith Road 

Lawyer/nurse 

My heart belongs to you. 




Joshua L. Misiph 

1 Willow Drive 

Mall Security Supervisor 

Shine on you Crazy Diamond 

Baseball 11, 12 

Tennis 9, 10 



Kori Mofford 

16 Cedar Circle 

Account Executive in Sales 

More than Words 

Oracle 

Peer Leadership 12 




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Gavin Mok 

50 Dorr Street 

To be successful and have lots of 

money 

Always In my heart 

French Club 9 



James Mompoint 

39 Country Club Drive 

To become a successful Electronic 

Engineer 

On Bended Knee 

Peer Leadership 11, 12 




Amos Monteiro 

483 S. Main Street 

To make a lot of money 

noorotic 



Daniel H. Norse 

11 Dyer Ave. 

To be successful in whatever 1 do 

Small Toun 

Football 9, 10. 11, 12; Capt 

Basketball 9. 10. 11, 12; Capt 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 




Jacqueline Anne Monteiro 

3E Bridle Path Cr. 

Cosmetologist 

This is the Place Where You Belong 






Jenifer Melanie Mortell 
16 Woodland Pkwy. 
To grow one more inch 
111 always love you 
Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12 
Gymnastics 9, 10, 11, 12 
Softball 10, 11, 12 
Powder Puff 11, 12 
Oracle 12 




Judy Moy 

13 Huckelberry Road 

To be a dentist 

After All 

Amnesty International 9, 10, 11, 12 

Co.-Pres. 

Math Team 9, 10. 11, 12 

Student Council 10, 11, 12 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 

Community Service 9, 10 



Marcel Mullings 

16 Tangen Street 

Veterinarian 

/ never Seen a Man Cry 




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Andrw Mushlin 

27 Smith Road 

To keep doing whatever I choose to 

do 

So Whatcha' Want 

Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Track 10 

French Club 9, 10; VP 

Jazz Band 10 

Marching Band 9 



Allan N. Nasanofsky 
70 Pine Ave. 

To own my own business 
The live version of friends in low 
places 




ianne Nasanofsky 
I) Pine Ave. 

ay 

lieatre Guild 9, 10, 11, 12 
jnnesty International 11, 12 
jA.D.D. 10, 11, 12 
ludent Alliance 9, 10, 12 
lench Club 9, 10 



ya Nunez 

)1 Chestnut West 
be successful in the music Held 
lat's What Friends Are For 
>ccer 10, 12 
isketball 10 
)ftball 11 

:er Leadership 11, 12 
udent Alliance 11, 12 




Rachel Noriscat 

20 Emily Jeffers Road 

Nurse 

I'll Love You 



Kathleen Marie O'Dea 

3 Van Beal Road 

To do well in whatever I pursue 

Release 

S.A.D.D. 9, 11, 12 

Oracle 

Prom Committee 11, 12 

HR Rep. 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11, 12 




Tara Marie O'Donnell 

103 West Street 

To be a successful dance teacher 

Never say good-bye 



Dacey M. O'Leary 

6 Connolly Street 

To have fun 

Faithfully 

Basketball 9 

Oracle 12 

Prom Committee 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11 




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Robert O >eil 
30 Crowley Drive 

To go to college and be successful in 
the future 
Lou- Rider 
Hockey 9. 10, 11, 12 



Robert Oates 

19 Adelaide Street 
Humpty Dance 
Track 9, 10, 11, 12 
R.A.C.C. 12 




Voltaire L. Ojastro 

15 Lindberg Avenue 

To be in QQ or Esquire Magazine 

Hou- 1 could just kill a man 

Tennis 9, 10, 12 

Wrestling 10 

SAD.D. 10, 11, 12 

HR Rep. 10, 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 12 



Patrik Outericky 

15 Gerald Ave. 

To live comfortably and travel the 

world 

Living on a prayer 

Peer Leadership 11, 12 

Oracle 

Tutor 11 

S.A.D.D. 11, 12 




Brian Orquiola 

96 Bittersweet Lane 
Student Council 9, 10 
Soccer 9 

Tennis 9, 10, 12; CapL 
Oracle 12 
Basketball 9, 10 



Christopher Pacheco 

43 Kimberiy Lane 
Director 




Chetan Patel 

75 Emily Jeffers Road 
To be rich. 

Hall to the Victors" 
Soccer 10, 11 
Track 10 



Falguni Patel 

123 Chestnut Circle 

To be on top of the world 

Take a Bow 

Peer Leadership 10, 11, 12 

Project Friendship 11 

Big Sister 12 

S.A.D.D. 10, 11, 12 

Candy Striper 10, 12 



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Jenny C. Perfetno 

3 Stoughton Street 

To be very successful and happy at 

whatever path I chose in life. 

/ Still Believe 

Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12 

Student Council (Ex. Board) 10, 11, 

12; Secy. 

Peer Leadership 12 

HR Rep. 11, 12 

Handbook Committee 11 

Oracle 

Powder Puff 12 

Senior Transition Committee 12 

Softball 9 

Homecoming Committee 10 

Prom Committee 12 



Andrea Meredith Perlin 

10 Pawn Circle 
Actress 

Candle in the Wind" 
Theater Guild 10, 11, 12 
Peer Leadership 10, 11, 12 
Student Council 10, 11, 12 
Oracle 

Amnesty International 9, 10, 11, 12; 
Co-Pres 

S.A.D.D. 9, 10, 11, 12; Class Rep. 
Tutor 9, 10, 11 
Community Service 10 




i:em Perkins 

c smith Road 

I complete all my dreams and 

litasies 

\he World is Yours" 



n Plizga 

Kathleen Road 

be a sports newscaster or run my 

n business. 

-Behind 

ckey 10 




Luis Pires 
28 Blakely Circle 
To be successful in life 
Trapped 
Soccer 11, 12 



Donald Pohl 
87 Webster Street 
To be successful in life. 
Jeremy 

football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Hockey 9, 10 




Jill Pokaski 

10 Crawford Street 

To smile and laugh at all my future 

obstacles. 

Oh What a nightl 

Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12; CapL 

Class Secy. 11, 12 

Theatre Guild 11, 12 

Student Council 9, 11, 12 

Honor Society 11, 12 

Softball 9, 10 

Oracle 12 



Michael Powers 




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Kelly Ann Reynolds 

57 Rockefeller Street 

Elementary School Teacher/ Principal 

143 Dandelion 

Basketball 9 

Power Puff 11 

Oracle; Circulation Ed. 

Prom Committee 11, 12 



Jason Todd Ricardo 

11 Alice Road 

To star in "Amadeus." 

Yesterday 

Theater Guild 9. 10, 11, 12; Mgr. 

Marching Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Drum 

Major 

Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12; Mgr. 

Jazz Band 10, 11 

Show Choir 9 

Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Academic Bowl 10; Co-Capt. 

HR Rep. 12 




Renee Richards 

15 Webster Street 

nursing 

Hero 

Spring Track 10 



Kathleen Lynn Robertson 

21 Cedar Circle 

Successful Businesswoman 

Open Arms 

Soccer 9, 10 

Basketball 9, 10 

Softball 9, 10 

Oracle 12 

School Store 10, 12 





Katherine L. Rottler 

67 Orchard Street 

All I wanna do is have some FUM! 

Only the Qood Die Young 

national Honor Society 11, 12; Pres. 

HR Rep. 9, 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11 

Prom Committee 11, 12 

Oracle 12 



Michael Joseph Salvi 

68 Adelaide Street 

To be a millionaire by age thirty 

There 's no tiasy Way Out 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Oracle; Business Mgr. 12 

Student Council 9, 12 

Project Teamwork Human Rights 

Squad 9, 10, 11 

Tutor 11, 12 



Robert Richardson 

4 Curran Terrace 
Successful Businessman 
Jump Around 
Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 



Daniel A. Rosen 

12 Eagle Rock Road 

To be loved. 

Lady in Red 

Oracle; Senior Ed. 12 

Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

national Honor Society 9, 10, 11, li 

Secy. 

Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Soccer 9, 10, 11 

S.A.D.D. 11, 12; Proj. Chair 

Harvard Model Congress 11, 12 

Prom Committee 11, 12 

School Council 12 

Senior Transition Committee 12 

Environmental Club 12 

Community Service 9 

Academic Bowl 10 




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Howard Sandler 

5B Rservior Drive 
To be successful 
LA. Woman 



Jill Heather Schwartz 

11 Lewis Road 

Do the best I can to achieve my 

dreams 

Faithfully 

Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12 

Class Secy. 9 

Oracle 

Powder Puff 11, 12 

HR Rep. 10 




iiel Dene Sherman 

iayberry Lane 

discover the meaning of life. 
mderful Tonight 

jdent Council 9, 10, 11; Secy. 12; 
ec. Board 

VD.D. 9, 10, 11, 12; VP 
itional Honor Society 10, 11, 12 
■wder Puff 12 

udent School Committee 9 
:admaster Selection Committee 10 



fiery Silva 

) Cedar Circle 

mi\ my own Graphic Arts Print Shop 

iwester of Sorrow 

)otball 12; Statistician 




Joshua D. Siegal 

26 Katy Circle 
To be successful 
Hail to the Victors 
Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 
Baseball 9, 10, 11 
Track 10 
Community Service 9 



Damali Simmonds 

26 Himoor Circle 

To go to college and become an 

accountant 

Basketball 10 

Track 10 

African American Club 10, 12 

Student Alliance 12 




Amy Smith 
36 Marie Way 

To become rich and successful 
Come To My Window 



Anthony Smith 

17 Emily Jeffers Road 

Electrical Engineer 

Water Runs Dry 

Tutor 10, 11, 12 

Student Council 11, 12 

Oracle 

Senior Transition Committee 12 

Winter Track 12 




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Donald Smith 



Erin Colleen Smith 

16 McDeritt Road 

Chef 

Softball 9, 10 

Golf 11, 12 

Prom Committee 11, 12 

Homecoming 9, 12 



Tammy L. Spiro 

2 Eddy Street 

To succeed in life and always be 

happy. 

End of the Road 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12; Tri Capt. 

Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, 12 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12; Tri Capt. 

HR Rep. 9, 10, 11 

HR Advisor 12 

Prom Committee 11, 12 

Oracle 

Powder Puff 11. 12 



Jenna Strazzulla 
42 Grove Street 

To laugh at least six times every day. 
Cecelia 

Powder Puff 11, 12 
Theatre Guild 11, 12 
Softball 9, 10 
Swimming 9, 10 
Oracle 12 
Basketball 9 
HR Rep. 9, 10 
Prom Committee 11, 12 





"Nicole Stewart 
30 Lancaster Road 
To be a lawyer and do what God 
wants me to do. 
Class Pres. 10, 11, 12 
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 
national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 
Powder Puff 11, 12 
African- American Club 10, 12 
Outstanding Sophomore 
Student Alliance 12 
Handbook Committee 11 
Headmaster Selection Committee 1(J 
Girls' State 11 



Gregg Stryer 

14 Drinkwater Avenue 

Rich and powerful business man 

"One" 

Track 10 

S.A.D.D. 9, 10 




Meghan Marie Sullivan 

16 Decota Drive 

Always look on the bright side 

Blister In the Sun 

Winter and Spring Track 9, 10, 11, 

12; Capt 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12 

Student School Committee 10, 11 

Freshman Class Pres. 



Keith Theberge 

39 Rachel Road 




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Taneasha Thomas 

974 n. Main Street 
To become an actress. 
My Endless Love 
African-American Club 9 
Students Alliance 10 



Danny T. Ton 

200 Pond Street 

To become successful and live my 

hopes and Dreams. 

Comfortably numb 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Student Council 9 




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;ise H. J. Topham 

■Cedar Circle 
A ountant 
By In Red 

flional Honor Society 10, 11, 12 
Tas. 

Hvard Model Congress 10, 11 
1 r Leadership 10, 11, 12 
■dent Council 10, 11, 12 
I.D.D. 10, 11, 12; Sec, Treas. 
lor 10, 11, 12 
■nesty International 11, 12 
HAdvisor 12 
cle; Club Editor 12 



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y Verdier 

Pond Lane 

Mered nurse 

J> by Limb 

terleader 12 

dent Alliance 11, 12 

\chievement 11, 12 

C.C. 12 

/derPuffll, 12 

can American Club 9; VP 

dership Council 11, 12 




Stephanie Travers 

55 Rockway Avenue 

To be happy and successful 

Powder Puff 11, 12 

Oracle 

S.A.D.D. 12 

Softball 9 

HR Rep. 9, 10 



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Jacqueline N. Waller 

42 Country Club Drive 

To find Waldo 

It's In the Way That You Use It 

Basketball 9, 10, 11 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 

HR Rep. 10 

Aesthetic Restoration Team 10, 11, 

12 




Kim Waterman 

46 South Street 

To be happy and successful 

Magaritavllle 



Jennifer Webb 




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Robert Webb 



Karen Wickles 

14 Hemlock Terrace 

To be rich 

have I Told You Lately 



So Wai Wong 

27 Althea Road 

To be successful 

Masterpiece 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 12 

Math Team 11, 12 

Amnesty International 12 

Community Service 9, 10 

R.A.C.C. 10. 11, 12 



Chi Hang (Andy) Yip 
30 Linden Park Drive 
To be an auto mechanic 
Without You 
R.A.C.C. 9, 10, 11, 12 
Oracle 
Math Team 9, 10, 11 





Melina Woo 

10 Quill Circle 

To succeed in life 

I'm Always Dreaming of You 

national Honor Society 10, 11, 

Math Team 11, 12 

Library Media Aide 9, 10, 11 

Amnesty International 12 

R.A.C.C. 10, 11, 12 



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Daniel Zaiter 




Waleed Zaiter 

24 Old Farm Road 
Police Officer 




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Every effort was made to include all 


seniors in the portrait section. Photographs, 


however, were not submitted by the following 


students: 






Patricia Chan 


Michelle Frangioso 


Heather Minnick 


Kumba Cotton 


Oi Yee Fung 


Myree neill 


John Conneely 


Dennis Hairston 


Ikenna A. Onujogu 


Tim Cronin 


Sonja Harper 


Uzonna O. Onujogu 


Anthony DiGrechie 


Valencia Lemy 


Raymond Ruffin 


Robert DiPirro 


Richelle MacDonald 


Qi Wei Wu 


Brooke E. Ferraro 


Eric Mandell 






Heather Minnick 



Sonja Harper 
WELL WISHES: COMGRATULATIONS SEMIORSH! 



Calvin Choi 



Jig Ears and Monster Face, Go Penmen! 4 #3's, one no mayo! Where the heck's Holden? Are we backtracking? I gotta work at 8, guys! Takes an 
lour to get there and IMi to get home! Bididel! Jammin! Love always, Reddog and Mapmaker 

'o my teammates on the basketball court, I love you guys. Mike 

o my best friends: Don't forget, Run PMV to M02LD to the Vatos Locos. We were all, that and some! Voltaire Ojastro, Esq. 

t's been a great four years. Vatos Locos Forever! now give me some chong-chong and Taco Bell! See ya! "Dro" 

Jest wishes for a wonderful future to those students who worked so arduously to create the 1995 Oracle. 

want to thank both varsity basketball teams for a fun season full of great memories, especially our first win, and all the Friday nights and the 

iround Round. Thanks! J. Healey 

d T.S., H.H., and K.R. — never forget the trips to n.H. — to go see a hockey game then going to Rumney to snowmobile, or to watch Annie or 
ice. I'll miss you dogs! J.H. 

Jest Wishes for your future. Mr. Mellett 

Jest Wishes to all, especially our former Donovan School graduates! Mrs. Montana 

iood luck and happiness to all of the graduates! Mrs. Salden (formerly Ms. Moskowitz) 

congratulations to the Class of 1995! Mr. Ron Lovett, Dir. Society and Culture 

o A.H., Kudos for all your prodigious efforts on behalf of your fellow students. 

JTo the Class of '95," Thanks for all the good times and laughs. I'll miss you guys; and to my "Penman," you are always in my heart and forever 
In my mind! Love, Tammy 



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It is only the ignorant who despise education. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 



Eric Mandell 



Tony DiGrechie 



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SENIO 



Most Scholarly 



The students selected for senior su- 
perlatives were chosen by their peers 
as the embodiment of a particular 
characteristic. Superlative winners 
are very special people, for they dis- 
covered how they were viewed and 
respected by the rest of the senior 
class. Superlative winners are the best 
and the brightest at whatever they do. 
no doubt, they will use their assets, 
talents, features as well as the rest of 
their character long after their days at 
Randolph Jr./Sr. High School. 



Most Dramatic 



Eric Qillin and Vanessa May 



Best Eyes 



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Elysa Jacobs and Michael Chen 



Best Smile 




Tammy Spiro and James Conley 



Most Versatile 




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Mark Donohue and Janet Aquilio 



Peter Mateo and Elizabeth Campbell 



•UPERLATIVES 



Most Athletic 






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Meghan Sullivan and Daniel Morse 



Superlative: 

Splendid! 

Wonderful! Marvelous! 

Extraordinary! Fabulous! 

Stupendous! 



Most Considerate 



Most Likely to Join the Peace Corps 




Amy Garber and Brian Orquiola 



Most Outspoken 





Calvin Choi and Jill Pokaski 



Did Most for the Class 






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Meredith Ainbinder and Michael Salvi 



Mike Letzring and riicole Stewart 



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Most Artistic 



Best Sense of Humor/ Funniest 





Thomas Qrundig and Jacqueline 
Waller 



Most Musical 



Jenna Strazzulla and Benjamin Miller 
Most Ambitious Most Talkative 




Christina Angeles and Jason Ricardo Jenny Perfetuo and Daniel Rosen 



Jason Kravetz and Evaggelia 
Hatzimanolis 



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* Qr. 7 Math 



• « Mc, John Allen t 4 A Mt. Robert Anderson* * * 

* % Socia| Studies (Retired) * J * Gr.«7 Math «."*" ■ 



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English 



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Mrs. Lordtta Baldwin 



Mr. Arthur Bumpus 
♦ Science 



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,j Guidance 






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Foreign Language Coordinator 



Mr. Hoseph Co$ta 
« Readkig/Gr. 8 English 



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'.Mr. David CroifUg- 
Qr. 8 Social Studies 




Mrs. Marcla Daniels 
m ip.D. Tutor 



Mrs. Carol Davenport 
-Jr. High Science 



• ^ Mr. Christopher Deady # • Ms. Annejte Dllfasclo 

, Graphic Arts ♦ « Math/Technology Chair 




Mr. John Doherty 
• Grade 8 Science 



Mr. John Ddhouan 
Guidaoc% 



Mr%. Victoria Duffy 
Grade 7 Social Studies 



Mr. Thomas Edwards 
» J Co/nputer Instructor 



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English (Retired) 



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■ Athletic Director 



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» Qr. 7 Stfiencft 



Mr. Ed Grilli 
PnSject Ad^ince 



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Math 



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Mr. Thomas Hedrjpk 
Music 




Mrs. Mary Ann Hill 
Library Media Specialist 



Ms. Annie ho 
* ESL Science 



Ms. Kimberly Hudson 



% Spanish 



Miss Barbara Hughes 
Art 




Mr. Jorfh hurley 
Business 



Mr. Philip KaChtnsky 
* Social Studies 



Afc. nina Kagan 
Art 



Mr. Joseph Kane 
Math 



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Mr. barry Larson 
Grade 8 Math 



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Qrade8 Math 




Mrs. Charlotte McElroy 
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Mr. Andrew Leverone 
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Mr. Arthur Mullaney 
♦ Dir. of Guidance 



Mr. fttchard Murphy 
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Health/CSuidance 



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Science/Dept. Chair * 




Ms. Lisa Pimentel 
Music 



Mr. Ronald Pirrera 



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Mr. Garrett Powell 
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Ms. Sheila Rice 
Career Development 



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• Mr. Jeffety Shlndell 
Special needs 



Mrs*. Ann Shelly 
TrenclT 



Mrs. Marilyn SIMtery 
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Life Skills 



Mrs. Arlene Sjigarman * 
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Mr. Richard Sullivan 
Social Studies ♦ 



Mrs. Anita Sung 

Chinese bilingual 



• fir. Richard Sweeney 
Health Chairperson 



M§. Jennifer Tantillo 
English 



Mr. Norman Tardiff 
Social Studies 



Mr. Edward Todd 
Science 



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Ls I sit on the bed, 
I began to think — 
About the last four years, 
"The best years of my life," 
About myself. 
Who I was, 
Who I am now, 
Who I will become. 

About what high school has taught me. 
More than math and history — 
Responsibility and pride, 
Maturity and success. 
About the years to come. 
Will they be better than high school? 
Am I ready to experience them? 
And my thoughts go back to myself. 
I am. 






— Allison Menovich 



It is the middle of August. 

I drive by the high school — 

Closed and locked for the summer. 

I look at the flag, waving in the wind. 

1 drive around the strangely empty parking lots. 

I look at the football field, 

The home of many Friday night games. 

I remember all the time 1 spent in the building. 

Although there is a smile on my face, 

My head is buzzing with mixed emotions. 

I am excited and thrilled about the coming years. 

Yet anxious and frightened, too. 

I am glad high school is over, yet upset. 

As I drive home, I begin to cry. 

I realize that for every tear there is a memory. 

Memories I will have forever. 

— Allison Menovich 




DEDICATED TO THE 
TEACHERS 

The Nineteen ninety-five Oracle would like to thank all 
teachers at Randolph Jr./Sr. High School who have made 
impressions in our lives. We recognize them, for they have 
dedicated their days and nights to educating us and mak- 
ing us better individuals. The teachers have instilled in us 
that we must stand apart and express our beliefs, as well 
as make impressions in this world. Just as we have be- 
lieved and trusted them, we hope that our teachers will 
believe in us as we stand and face the future. 



TEACHING IMPRESSIONS 



No bubble is so iridescent or floats longer than that blown by the successful teacher. — Sir William Osier 

The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose 
of satisfying it afterwards. — Anatole France 



The soul takes nothing with her to the other world but her education and culture. 
Knowledge is power. 



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— Sir Frances Bacon 



For all knowledge and wonder (which is the seed of knowledge) is an impression of pleasure itself. — Sir 
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v^ ^team Wftoy senio/eaptain Shelanha irish. The other rjunners 

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basketball without winning, the RHS Varsity Girls' Basketball team beat the Rockland "Dogs" on 2/7/95. 
The team was led by Coach norm Tardiff, Tri-Captains Haley Hamlin, Nicole Stewart and Tammy Spiro 
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Randolph High and thejpwn are very proud of the Gymnastics Team. Having an undefeated year in the league. 
South Sectionals and State Championship, the girls were crowned the state gymnastics champions. As the Team 
worked together to win their victories, they also resulted in many individual successes. The Girls' Gymnastics team 
showed a lot of endurance under pressure in competitions, and their school work was never forgotten. As a result 
of their astronomical accomplishments, the Team was featured on a Channel 5 news report, High Five. Again, we 
are very proud to have the girls here at RJSHS as athletes, students and individuals. Way to go! 






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three trips to the state 
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second place standings in the 
Atlantic Coast League. Our 
final year has been just as fun 
as all the rest, as we have 
had six returning seniors to 
share it with. Thanks to a 
great coach, great 
friendships, and a lot of 
talent, softball has been a 
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V-yne of a kind. The staff of this year's 
Oracle has sought to produce a yearbook 
that was completely unique. With a com- 
pletely new staff and a new advisor, the 
yearbook was surely going to be an orig- 
inal. The staff overcame their own in- 
experience and fought to get their ideas 
included. All members came through, es- 
pecially when the deadlines approached. 
As our senior year came to an end, the 
most difficult work was placed on the 
most reliable people, who came through 
when they were depended upon. 

The sports editors did a great job in 
capturing the fighting spirit of the Blue 
Devils. The club editor did a commend- 
able job in making sure all clubs and 
members were represented as well as 
giving credit to all those students who 
tried to make a difference in the school. 
The senior staff and editors sought to 
make sure everyone and their ideas were 
included in the yearbook. The business 
staff combed the town in an effort to raise 
money for the Oracle. Everyone sur- 
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Editor, Meredith Ainbinder, Co-Editor in Chief, Michael Salvi, Business 
Manager, Denise Topham, Club Editor, (Michael Letzring, Co-Sports 
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1 he class of 1995 has always been a powerful force on the Student Council. Whether it has been showing the 
teachers how much we appreciate them or organizing activities to help the less fortunate, we always are there to 
lead the way. The council is made up of ten elected representatives from each of the grade nine through twelve. 
Also included are all the Student School Committee Representatives. An executive board made up of officers 
elected from the Student Council steers the direction that the body takes. The Randolph High School Student 
Council is also a force on the state level. This year Elizabeth Campbell has served as a delegate to the 
Massachusetts Association of Student Councils. Each summer we are proud to send some council members to 
leadership camps sponsored by the state association. We hope that those students are able to bring back new 
activities to enhance school spirit and benefit the community as a whole. 

In past years, the Student Council has sponsored dances, rallies, and speakers that would benefit the student 
body. One of the council's most successful projects is run in conjunction with the Red Cross. Each year, two blood 
drives are held in Lecture Hall I to help the critically low blood banks. We have also run community service projects 
to aid the Randolph Food Pantry. Our most successful project was a clothing drive that generated more than 50 
boxes of clothing for the needy. Thanks for all the support. We are sure to see our Student Council leaders of today 
in powerful positions in the future. 






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front Lej^Calyirr Choi, Allison Menovich, Derilse Topharh, "Elysa 
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High School have been event- 
ful to say the least. Whether 
it's been working with Mr. 
Watson to get the rallies back 
in the auditorium, debating 
double period classes, or 
changing the student -athlete 
alcohol policy, we have left a 
lasting impression. Through 
it all, the Student School 
Committee has been there to 
present the School Commit- 
tee with the student perspec- 
tive. 

Elysa Jacobs served as the 
committee's chairperson 
from 1992-95. During the last 
few years Rachel Sherman, 
Meghan Sullivan, and Eric Qil- 
lin have served as represent- 
atives from this class. These 
are the students, along with 
those that serve on the Hand- 
book Committee that ensure 
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cessful 1994-95 season 
by finishing eighth in the 
Medium-School Division 
of the state competition. 
The Team qualified for 
the state meet after plac- 
ing first in the regional 
final and third among 26 
teams in the Southeast- 
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This accomplishment 
marked the fourth con- 
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RJSHS Math Team qual- 
ified for the state compe- 
tition. Big round of ap- 
plause to the 
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1 hese four words describe the qual- 
ities of members of the national Honor 
Society. Members must earn good 
grades, exhibit leadership qualities, be 
dedicated to helping the community 
and be involved in many activities in 
and out of school. 

Previously under the direction of 
Mona Rosen and Ann Marie Pokaski, the 
50 membersjuniors and seniors, ran 
many great programs. Last year, 1993- 
94, the Honor Society held a leaf raking 
fundraiser. The community "hired" 
members to rake their leaves. The 
chapter also initiated a recycling project 
in the school. This benefits not only 
Randolph High School but the entire 
environment as well. 

This year, 1994-95, with the help of 
its new advisor Mrs. Lynne Harding and 
officers Kate Rottler, Haley Hamlin, Al- 
lison Menovich, Denise Topham and 
Dan Rosen, the Honor Society contin- 
ued providing community service while 
raising money as the second annual 
leaf raking fundraiser, chaired by Greg 
McLaughlin and Cindy Welch, took 
place in the fall. The money raised will 
be spent on tassels for graduating seni- 
ors and other things for the induction of 
new members in May. The recycling 
project is underway again with the help 
of Jill Pokaski. This year, the H.H.S. col- 
lected donations of canned food, toys, 
clothes and toiletries to give to DOVE, a 
shelter to help battered women. This 
project, chaired by Allison Menovich 
and Debbie Stein, was very successful 
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Model Congress took part in a simulation 
of government. They debated, drafted bills 
and passed laws. Students were respon- 
sible for portraying every aspect of gov- 
ernment, whether it be as senators, rep- 
resentatives, lobbyists, Constitutional 
Conventioneers, press, Cabinet members, 
national Security Council members, or of- 
ficials of the District and Supreme Courts. 
Students were responsible for establishing 
a viewpoint and carrying it through the con- 
ference as they argued. Randolph High 
School participants met people from over 
eighty schools from across the nation. The 
perfect conclusion to this invaluable ex- 
perience was the awards ceremony where 
many of the Randolph students were rec- 
ognized for their outstanding participation 
in the conference. 



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students sharing one common motive — to make RJSHS aware of 
diversity. This year, in the club, members made steps in trying to 
accomplish their objective. In the fall, the organization sponsored a Pot 
Luck dinner for all members of the school in which many different 
dishes were served for a couple of dollars. 

During Black History Month, the members of the African-American 
Club designed a showcase in the school portraying a multitude of 
viewpoints of the black community and culture. Hoping to be a big 
success is a much ado talent and fashion show in late spring. Randolph 
JSHS is proud to have such conscious young adults; let's give the 
African-American Club a hand. Good job! 



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ture Club is an organization 
composed of some of our 
school's Asian community. 
The main purpose of this 
group of young people is to 
promote the Asian culture 
and to arrange activities for 
the students. 

This school year, R.A.C.C. 
put together an ensemble 
dedicated to the Chinese 
Mew Year. All of the Ran- 
dolph community were in- 
vited, as were all of our re- 
nowned teachers. Many 
performances excited the 
crowd and everyone left 
with full stomachs from do- 
nated food from our town 
restaurants. R.A.C.C. hopes 
to continue its success in 
Asian cultural awareness 
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exercise their rights 
through demonstrations, 
campaigns, etc. We take 
these rights for granted, but 
throughout the world, basic 
human rights are constant- 
ly being violated. The Ran- 
dolph chapter of Amnesty 
International is part of a 
worldwide organization that 
fights through letters and 
other peaceful means for 
people's human rights and 
the safety of those whose 
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although not often spoken of, 
are an integral part of the 
school. These sophomores, 
juniors and seniors serve as 
ears to younger students at our 
school and help to guide them 
in making wise decisions con- 
cerning life matters. Each year, 
the Leaders undergo a series of 
training workshops about alco- 
hol, drugs, and peer pressure 
to help aid their guidance. After 
attending the workshops, the 
Leaders, in groups of three, go 
to junior high students and dis- 
cuss such topics. The Leaders 
have proved to be a valuable 
part of the younger students' 
education and daily lives. 

This year, the Leaders, in 
conjunction with S.A.D.D., are 
working to perform the play Ed- 
die Was Here to further their 
duties as role models. As sen- 
ior Leaders graduate from 
RJSHS, they leave behind part 
of their lives and influences to 
younger students, hoping they, 
too, will follow in the class of 
1995' s footsteps. 










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class at RJSMS that helps provide 
selected students with emotional 
support, knowledge, skills and 
self-esteem, while helping them 
find jobs. Mot only does MY TURN 
add to the students' morale, but 
the class also helps students apply 
for and get into college upon grad- 
uation. The students of MY TURN 
are very active with the community 
as well as school, participating 
yearly in visits to homeless shel- 
ters as they listen and support the 
residents while learning about life 
themselves. 

Aside from school, work, and 
community, the students enjoy 
themselves in many other ways. 
This school year MY TURN took a 
ski trip to Vermont and joined in a 
basketball game with Cardinal 
Spearman High School. At the end 
of the year they attended a Rec- 
ognition Ceremony awarding stu- 
dents for their exceptional work in 
the classroom and out. 




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Students Against Driving Drunk 
organization go about their 
business with one major goal: 
the spread of awareness 
throughout the school and 
community. This year, facts 
and statistics could be found 
regularly, hanging in the halls 
and posted in the classroom 
windows. Regular SADD pro- 
grams include Substance 
Abuse Awareness Day and Op- 
eration Prom night. This year, 
SADD brought in additional 
speakers and programs, such 
as the Morfolk County Offend- 
er's Program. 

In SADD, the philosophy has 
been for many years that if one 
person gets the message, if 
only one person stops some- 
one from driving drunk, then it 
is worth all of the work, the 
meetings, and the guest speak- 
ers. It is worth it to know that 
people are touched and em- 
powered by our message. It is 
worth it to save a life. 










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and trying to better our school 
community by giving our all. 

Composed of a group of di- 
verse students who would like 
to mediate the violence and 
racism that occurs in our com- 
munity and among the stu- 
dents, the members of the Stu- 
dent Alliance are trying to get 
an after school program which 
will someday help prevent 
problems teens face in their 
community. 

Every year the club runs a 
multicultural fair, which is open 
to everyone in the school. The 
fair allows students to share 
their cultures' similarities and 
differences, and leam to appre- 
ciate what makes each unique. 

The Alliance also holds sev- 
eral workshops with communi- 
ty leaders which allow students 
to open up to one another and 
help build leadership skills, set 
goals, and examine how the 
S.A.A.R. should be run. 




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lows students to leam 
about responsibility and 
teamwork while attend- 
ing school. The staff is 
comprised of mature 
young men and women 
who work together to 
provide supplies for 
RJSHS students. Headed 
by Mr. Christopher for 
some time now, the 
Store takes every stu- 
dent's needs into consid- 
eration as it chooses its 
items. Store profits are 
put into scholarships for 
most deserving students 
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integral part in the daily 
operation of the media 
center. The staff, consist- 
ing of students, assist in 
helping to find books and 
to use library equipment. 
Hot only do the staff 
members get satisfaction 
for their work, but they 
also receive half credits 
towards graduation. 

Mrs. Hill is the advisor 
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newspaper. Its goal is to make the public aware of 
what is happening in our school. All the articles are 
written by students and the paper's staff is also en- 
tirely made up of students. The co-editors are Chris 
Hart and Milesh Agarwalla, Juniors, who organize the 
paper's staff. The pair is also in charge of putting the 
paper together on the Macintosh computer in the 
Computer Room, 213. The General Editor, Richelle 
MacDonald, aids and assists whenever necessary, 
and keeps the co-editors in line. 



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Team, (A.R.T.), is a group of 
talented students who work to 
improve the appearance of our 
school. The students are main- 
ly seventh, eighth and ninth 
graders who give up Friday af- 
ternoons, vacations and even 
come in during the summer to 
work. They are responsible for 
most of the artwork around the 
school. 

The office area took on a 
whole new atmosphere after 
the exquisitely detailed Egyp- 
tian Murals were put up. All the 
teachers appreciate the room 
number signs and paintings 
above their classroom doors. 
The exterior of the pool foyer is 
a source of pride to the athletes 
at the high school because of 
the beautiful Sports Mural. Ms. 
Hughes has been the generous 
inspiration for A.R.T. and its 
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Randolph Jr./Sr. High 
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best and most talented 
students the school has 
to offer. They are a di- 
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Choir is a singing and 
dancing ensemble featur- 
ing students. This group 
of talented individuals at- 
tend competitions, both 
inside and outside the 
state, as well as perform 
for others in a non- 
competitive session. As 
the Show Choir perform, 
a pit band plays music. 




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btischman, Karen Schwartz. Muftfle Row (L-R):' MY. Berry>iadiasQr) - yivienn^Carter, Amanda Carter, 
damQreensteinr Daniel Ancferson, Frank Showstack, Nealtireenstein, David ©Ksman, Jason Ricardo. 
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just as much of a team 
effort as a sport is. We 
practice three days per 
week and we compete 
against other bands from 
other towns. Our focus 
lies mainly in making 
good music and present- 
ing a visual effect that 
goes well with the music. 
While we do this, we 
maintain a strong sense 
of pride in what we work 
at. Overall, I think we just 
want to be remembered 
as a good group of kids. 
Mr. David Berry is our Ad- 
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The Jazz Band is an exciting 
group of musicians. It consists 
of the rhythm section, piano, 
bass, drums, the brass section, 
trumpets, trombones, and the 
saxophone section. 

Under the direction of Ms. 
Lisa Pimentel, assisted by Mr. 
Rob Goldman, this band suc- 
ceeds in creating great music. 
Ms. Pimentel takes pride in 
making sure each band mem- 
ber fosters his or her talent, re- 
spects one another, and has a 
lot of fun. 

The RHS Jazz Band performs 
in concerts and competes in 
many competitions throughout 
each academic year. In May 
1993, the Jazz Band attended 
the north American Music Fes- 
tival and brought home the 2nd 
place trophy, as well as the 
award for best saxophone sec- 
tion. In April 1995, it will return 
to this festival at Virginia Beach 
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Looking back on the last four years of the Randolph High School Theatre Guild, one is likely to remember some 
wonderful times. 

Freshman year, 1991-92, gave us Museums, the musical revue Politics and Poker and the Drama Festival 
entry, Courtship. 

During sophomore year, 1992-93, performances included the musical revue Life is . . . and The Private Life of 
the Master Race, which was one of the semi-finalists at the Boston Globe Drama Festival. 

Most recently, during junior year, 1993-94, the Theatre Guild had two very successful productions. Marvin's 
Room was put on in the winter, followed by Wendy Wasserstein's The Heidi Chronicles during the spring. 

With the help of the 1994-95 Guild managers Eric Gillin, Jason Ricardo, Vanessa May and David Lurie, senior year 
won't prove any different from the last three. Productions including Alice in Wonderland, , will allow the senior 
members of the Theatre Guild to leave with a bang. 

Under the direction of Peter Carey, the Theatre Guild has put in many hours of practice over the past four years to 
achieve its main goal — a strong sense of theater as well as acting. The Guild has participated in several acting 
workshops and has competed in the States Festival. 




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SENIOR HONORS 



Valedictorian 



Salutatorian 








Michael J. Chen 



Elysa Lynn Jacobs 



Michael Chen and Elysa Jacobs have earned their titles as class valedictorian and 
salutatorian as a result of many years of hard work and a lot of natural ability. Whether 
they were helping peers with assignments or speaking at graduation, they were never 
afraid to share their ideas with all of us. Fortunately, Mike and Elysa also put their 
brains to work with their sense of school spirit. They were both involved in various 
extracurricular activities, ranging from the Math Team to Student Council. The Class 
of 1995 was proud to work with them and wishes them continued success in the 
future. 



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students who had achieved great success at RJSHS. 





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FINAL IMPRESSIONS 

H igh School has impressed upon us all. Our teach- 
ers, our friends and our school have all made im- 
pressions upon us. now is not only a time to reflect 
on our sentiments and thoughts, but a time to realize 
the impressions that high school has had on us. 
Every time we think, speak, or listen we are acting 
with the influence of our teachers and our peers. 

We must not wait another day to make our im- 
pressions on others, we must begin today by grasp- 
ing our opportunities and striving to make a dif- 
ference. As we leave high school, we face a world that 
demands leaders. It is world in need of ambitious and 
imaginative people to make impressions on others. 
We are the people who will make impressions on this 
world. 

Andrew B. Hall 
Class of 1995 









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